Fletcher (DD 992) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1999

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Durham United States Navy Commander Durham was raised in Lebanon, Missouri. He is married to the former Ann Louise Crane of Groton, Connecticut. They have two sons, Matthew and Mchael. Commander Durham ' s previous sea duty spans both Pacific and Atlantic fleet commands. His sea assignments have included Executi ve Officer on the USS BUNKER HILL (CG 52); Station Of- ficer in the Reactor Department of USS ENTERPRISE (CVN 65); Operations Officer on the USS Barney (DDG 6); and division of- ficer in the Engineering Department on the USS Virginia (CGN 38). Ashore, he has served in the Readiness and Training Division for the Commander, Naval Surface Force United States Pacific Fleet, San Diego, California, as a member of the Nuclear Propul- sion Mobile Training Team. Additionally, he served as a program head for the Director of Theater Air Defense on the staff of the Chief of Naval Operations, Washington, D.C. Commander Durham is a 1978 graduate of the University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, earning a Bachelor of Science de- gree in Civil Engineering. He received his commission through the NROTC program. He is a graduate of the Naval Post Gradu- ate School, Monterey, California (M.S. Mechanical Engineering) and received a Masters Degree in Military Arts and Sciences from Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. His decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal, the Navy Commendation Medal (3), and various unit awards. Lieutenant Commander Mark Young Executive Officer U f,i a ™ S E, Ik Zu! ENCM(SW) Dan Dyar . ■ • Command Master Chief Department Heads l_T Gordon A. Silloway-Operations Officer LT Mark J. Oberly-Combat Systems Officer LT Allan R. Walters-Chief Engineer LT Thomas S. Fullford-Supply Officer LTjg Curt A. Rekow-Navigator Fletcher J . ! Wardroom World ' s Finest Chief Petty Officer ' s Mess iiS r Air Detachment 10 Air Department 12 AW1(AW SW) Frank Leialoha AMH 1 (AW) Keven Porter ATl(AW SW)Tory Schutte AMH2(AW SW)Jose Curbelo AW2(AW) Jeffery Jones ADl(AW) Chuck Kite AD2(AW SW) Roderick Villacruz 13 Xffl d$ V Combat Systems Department VB SBHP 14 15 ' « " », LT Christopher J. Kipp STGC Patrick Lukasik TM1 JayD. Poe STG 1 Emile A. Ryan STG 1 Paul R. Tichelaar STG2 Matthew A. Brimberry STG2 Charles B. Burns STG2 Travis D. Cain STG2 William S. Cicchillo STG2 Matthew Gaither STG2 Brandon Vanscoik STG3 Jose L. Cuevas STG3 Antonio J. Spence TMSM Keithen T. Banks STGSN Stephanie M. Bashaw STGSN Christopher M. Ritter STGSN Tabitha C. Stiel v- s 16 CSA Division 17 1 1 i 1 1 r KT 18 „ fir rJtOK, JA, . ' 1 t K »J CWO Odum ETC Michael D. Stevens DS1 Scott S. Berg IC1 Mark W. Clarkin ET1 Jay R. Grauberger ET1 Cleon Jones DS1 David S. Richert DS2 Alexander A. Celis ET2 Des A. Matsuno ET2 Terrell R. McCary ET2 Paul E. Sizemore ET2 Patrick M. Thompson ET2 Susan X. Truong ET3 Ole A. Betron ET3 Eric Dirks IC3 Joshua Rhuland ICFN Clifford Drummond ETSN Scott Elmquist f% 11 ICFN Alex Porter ICFA Doanld Weaver 19 20 CSF Division EMS Jeffrey Sturm FCC Donald Lair FC1 Kenneth G. Smith FC2 Derrick A. McDade OJ J ' I FC2 Joshua S. Strickland FC3 Jason G. Potts FC2 Samuel M. Wynn FCSN John Hubbard 21 22 CSG Division K„ 1 ENS Stephen A. Ramirez GMC Jonathan Brooks FC2 Harry R. Bednarczyk FC2 Jay W. Dugger QM2 Affron Herring GM2 Matthew R. Wright FC3 Steven L. Forbes GM3 Fredrick B. Cunhu FC3 Erich I. Jefferson GM3 Matthew Montoya 23 CSM Division 24 25 Engineering | Department 26 27 UN 28 A Division ENl Clifford Toma EN2 Daniel Tennison EN3 Keith B. Perlic EN3 Luther F. Sprayberry ENFN Aubrey B. Watkins 29 30 E Division NO PHOTO AVAILABLE LTjg Chanden S. Langhoffer EMC Michael Zechlin EMC Ronaldo L. Cruz EM2 Wanda M. Hill FN Jean W. Rempart 31 32 M Division QSM2 Patrick Freehling GSM2J. Saavedra GSM3 James N.L. Evans GSM3 Johnny Garcia GSE3 Jason Hereford GSE3 Charles D. Smith GSM3 Jason C. Stubblefield GSM3 Ronny Travis GSMFN Raul F. Cisneros FN Scott C. Keitt FN Javier Villarreal 33 34 R Division ENS Mary E. Reniere DCC Michael D. Jordan DC1 David Stone MR2 Jeffrey R. Boire DC3 Richard Cook DC3 Jason B. Sewell HT3 Jeffry R. Straight Q DCSN Andrew D. Kemps 3 111 1 $ H 35 Navigation Executive Department y 36 37 38 39 V Operations Department 40 41 OC Division ENS Douglas J. Arnold RMC Teresa L. Hendrix SMC Clover Shaw RM1 Scott Parker RM2 Joseph D. Gennaro RM2 Aaron Qoshay RM2 Jason " Peanut " McDevitt RM3 Ryan D. Frommherz SM3 Kelly M. Miller RM3 Patricia E. Pugh RMSN Greg S. Skow RMSN Jared D. Wallace IK, r 42 43 • • J ' ■ ' ■ ' ■ ' . vj 1 ■■r Wtr- " ' ' • ■ • 1 B .■ K Vfeu- H v jUl H4 J B 1 ■ " V l ■ 5- W • ' v — Mm ii? HI It. 4 1 1 44 OD Division BM3 Matthew J. Fong BM3 Adam Maze BM3 Roy S. McCorquodale BM3 Joaquin Vargas, Jr. ENS Kristina B. Lucas BMC Gerald Glover BM1 Kenneth L. Piatt BM2 John D. Heavrin BM2 Michael Wallace BM3 Marcus L. Burton BM3 Alonzo Williams BM3 Anthony L Williams-Hinton SN Ryan T. Anton SN Anthony Burgos SN Joseph Hargrove SN Daryl S. Jenkins SN Christopher T. Medina SNJeffA. Plear SN Vanessa Rivers SN Jeremy A. Tremaine 45 OI Division LTjg Justin P. Orlich EMS Stacy Sutton OSCS Greg L Brickous OSC Patrick B. Ortega 051 Daniel S. Ingram 052 Charles M. Bennie, Jr. OS2 Thomas J. Crivello 052 Jesse J. Green 053 Jonah C. Pitts OS2 Douglas M. Settles OS2 LaShandra D. Shelton 052 Christopher Stuntz 053 Nathaniel A. Chevalier OS3 Justin K. Cox OS3 lllianna L. DeCory OS3 Jeron L. Hamm OS3 Bernard Pablo OS3 Gaetanino Tiberi OSSN Jennifer L. Stewart OSSN Oscar Vera OSSN James M. 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Quattro, II SNFN John Landin IS r YL f l L 52 53 ! - 54 55 56 Reenlistments 57 58 59 CISS Fletcher (DD-992) 60 m 61 63 ■ si f r v : 64 Steel Beach Picnic 65 Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist 66 ESWS CTRl(SW)Gist 0S2(SW) Risdon STGl(SW)Ryan ENl(SW)Sensano EM2(SW) Wright FCl(SW)Beisner STGC(SW) Lukasik MSC(SW) Badan GSMC(SW) Ice MAC(SW) Bailey GSM2(SW) Santos SN(SW) Williams-Hinton CT01(SW)Dale AGl(SW)Cox AG2(SW) Alnhardt RMl(SW) Nobel GSM2(SW) Jacobs EN2(SW) Decampo RM2(SW) McDivet RM2(SW) Goshay FN(SW) Rempart GSE2(SW) Summers HT3(SW) Brock SH2(SW) Kurtz ETl(SW) Jones EN2(SW) Malibrian GSM3(SW) Falguera GSE3(SW) Navarrete DS2(SW) Celis MS 1(SW) Gloria GSM3(SW) Garcia MSl(SW)Paguyo ENl(SW)Toma GSM2(SW) Zook AMH2(SW) Corbelo AD2(SW) Villacruz GSM2(SW) McShan ET3(SW) Glensky DCl(SW)McDade DC2(SW) Barnes EN2(SW) Hornauer GSM2(SW) Saavedra EM2(SW) Hill GSM3(SW) Evans DC2(SW) Keitt DC3(SW) Sewell DC3(SW) Cook CTM2(SW) Kelley CT02(SW) Poyer CTRl(SW) Davis QM3(SW) Vigil GSEl(SW) Morton PN2(SW) Del Rosario OS3(SW) White OSSN(SW) Vera SK2(SW) Paguyo MSSIN(SW) Vinueza MS3(SW) Galan AWl(SW)Leintoha HT3(SW) Morales GM2(SW) Vargas GSE3(SW) Case EN3(SW) Sprayberry OS3(SW) Hamm OS3(SW) Tiberi OS2(SW) Bennie OS3(SW) Chevalier DC2(SW) Lewis EN2(SW) Tennison EN2(SW) Perlic 67 68 llllk 69 70 4f= v. -P " -,- -j v ?7J J - if r | N|L TT 5W Tjw t W ■ p9v £»».- .-. B 1 r " f % 71 72 .sa»»=-«ff« " 1 - «, t H ftfr 1 i x cM , : mW - asSHE 73 ■:m ' . " s.i 1 Happy Holidays!! 74 75 76 77 78 79 Vice Admiral Frank Jack Fletcher ■ Namesake DD-992 The Coat of Arms for USS FLETCHER commemorates highlights of the Naval Career of the ship ' s namesake, Admiral Frank Jack Fletcher. Blue and gold are the colors associated by tradition with the U.S. Navy. The chess rook, heraldic symbol for a fortress, alludes to the Admiral ' s early combat experience at the Battle of Vera Cruz, for which he was awarded the Medal of Honor. The engrailed cross with its wave-like edges, taken from the Fletcher family coat of arms, suggests the oceans of the world which he sailed. With the four stars, reflecting the rank of full Admiral, the cross also refers to the Southern Cross, a navigational guide to mariners under which the Admiral ' s ships sailed during World War U. The arrows, adapted from the Fletcher coat of arms, are symbolic of the name (a Fletcher being a maker of arrows). As symbols of flight they reflect the Admiral ' s mastery of the tactical use of naval air power. The anchor represents Admiral Fletcher ' s long naval career that included service aboard destroyers, cruisers, battleships, and carriers. The inverted star in silhouette is a reference to the Medal of Honor pendant. His battle experience with Japanese forces during three of the principle carrier air battles of World War II: Coral Sea, Midway, and the Eastern Solomons, is symbolized by a naval cutlass resting in superior position over a samurai sword. The ship ' s motto, " PACE ET BELLO PARATUS " (In Peace and War Prepared), characterizes the traits common of the various naval forces that Admiral Fletcher served with or commanded. Coat Of Arms OSS Fletcher (DD-992) 80 August 31, 1998 81 o u r F 1 r s t P o r t 82 H o n 9 K o n g 83 Phuket T r- r-4Sfa 84 Thailand 85 86 Crossing The Line-January 09, 1999 87 Persian 88 Gulf 89 90 ■ " . - , IK, ■-,«■-... ,. ffB — — —i • 3HS5sSfe f - Ml p hbAbbhh fij " " " " " " 91 Liberty Call . . . Liberty Call 92 93 94 Operation Desert Fox 95 February 26, 1999 96 Jacob Brandon Sewell 22 Aug 98 Wu I Bryant Ihsan Heavrin 1 1 Oct 98 Jazmin Ke Havlani Rempart 08 Nov 98 Steven Keone Wolski 19 Oct 98 LiF Fighting Jacks Thomas James Dyar 07 Sept 98 Elizabeth Abbigail Beisner 29 Sept 98 Zyenne Kahree Smith 17 Dec 98 Danielle Nicole Ingram 18 Dec 98 ' Emily Morgan Glensky 18 Nov 98 97 Schedule For PACMEF 98-3 -Aug-98 -13 Sep -19 Sep -23 Sep -29 Sep ' Sep 98- -11 Oct -Oct 98- -10 Nov -26 Nov -Nov-98 -Nov-98 i Nov 98- -16 Dec -20 Dec -25 Dec -28 Dec | Dec 98- -04 Jan -10 Jan -12 Jan -19 Jan )-21 Jan -27 Jan i Jan 99 i Jan 99- 1-03 Feb -08 Feb I Feb 99 1-13 Feb -15 Feb i- 18 Feb 1-25 Feb i Feb 99 98 98 98 98 06 Oct 98 98 02 Nov 98 98 98 04 Dec 98 98 98 98 98 -02 Jan 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 01 Feb 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 Depart Pearl Harbor Transit Hong Kong Transit Phuket, Thailand Transit Manama, Bahrain Transit Jebel Ali, United Arab Emirates Transit Manama, Bahrain Transit Dubai, United Arab Emirates Transit Operation Desert Fox Transit Manama, Bahrain Transit Manama, Bahrain Transit Diego Garcia Transit Freemantle, Australia Bunberry, Australia Transit Esperence, Australia Transit Melbourne, Australia Transit Newcastle, Australia Transit Noumea, New Caledonia Transit Arrive Pearl Harbor 98 99 100 Russia Black Sea Iran 4 (Gulf • Saudi Arabia Ethiopia T ffi J Jr l % f WtP sevcntuxs : ' . 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